Boundary Commission

1892 099 Ii Brown, Airine Haalou
Certification: 099
Ahupua`a Makaua Portion
District: Koolauloa
Island Oahu
Ownership: Ii Brown, Airine Haalou
Misc:
Year: 1892
Statistics: 13894 characters 2330 words
Makaua, District of Koolauloa, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume No. 1, p 165-167

Boundaries of the Ahupuaa of Makaua, Koolauloa

Application
[margin note:] Filed July 28th 1873
Royal Patent 7785

To Lawrence McCully Esquire, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit, to wit, the Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands

[margin note:] see Book 3 page 22 for Certificates of boundary

The petition of A.F. Judd, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian islands and J. Kimoikaehuehu of Waipio, District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, aforesaid, guardians of Airine Haalou Ii, devisee of John Ii, respectfully represents as follows:

That the Board of Commissioner to Quiet Land Titles did, on the31st day of March A.D. 1855 by Award No. 8308 apana 2, grant to Kikaha, deceased, and Ioane Ii, late deceased, inherited from said Kakaha, the Ahupuaa of Makaua, in the District of Koolauloa, Island of Oahu.

That previous to his death Ioane ii made a will in which he bequeathed and devised the said ahupuaa of Makaua to Airine Haalou Ii, a miner [sic] and by virtue of the probate thereof she now owns and holds the same.

That Your Petitioners were duly according to law, appointed guardians of the said Airine Haalou Ii, a minor.

That the said Ahupuaa of Makaua is bounded on its northerly side by Waiono, on its westerly side by Punaluu, owned by R. Keelikolani, on its Southerly side by Kaaawa, owned by C.H. Judd and on its Easterly sides by Aupuni Land.

That the annexed survey, marked Exhibit “B,” is an accurate description by metes and bounds of the said Ahupuaa of Makua [Makaua] claimed by Your Petitioners; and Your Petitioners respectfully prays that the said boundaries as set forth in the said Exhibit “B,” may be decided and certified to by [Your] Honor, the Commissioner as the boundaries of the said Ahupuaa of Makaua claimed by Your Petitioners, and that the [page 166] Certificate as required by law may issue to Your Petitioners, certifying the boundaries of the said land as above described and that a day and an hour may be appointed by Your Honor, the Commissioner for the hearing of this Application and that all parties interested may have due notice.
And Your Petitioners will every pray, &c.
A.F. Judd, Guardian of Airine Haalou Ii.
Honolulu, July 26th 1873

Exhibit B. No. 13 (no decision, no certificate)

He Olelo Hoakaaka i ke ana ana i ke Ahupuaa o Makaua i Koolauloa, Mokupuni Oahu

Apana mua ma Nahiku
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi Hikina Akau kekahi kihi i hui pu ai ua apana nei me Waiono a me Makaua Aupuni a holo aku i ka
Hema 41° Komohana 196 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 29° ¼ Komohana 919 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 1° Komohana 281 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 15° ½ Hikina 467 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 29° ¾ Hikina 228 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 11° ¼ Hikina 274 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 53° ½ Hikina 255 pauku pili ia Makaua Aupuni
Hema 22° Komohana 404 pauku Punaluu
Akau 81° Komohana 093 pauku Punaluu
Hema 39° Komohana 180 pauku Punaluu
Hema 73° ¼ Komohana 069 pauku Punaluu
Hema 28° ¾ Komohana 435 pauku Punaluu
Hema 55° Komohana 422 pauku Punaluu
Hema 8° ¾ Komohana 185 pauku Punaluu
Hema 30° ½ Komohana 331 pauku Punaluu
Hema 66° ....

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.... South 52° West 260 feet along lower water;
South 79° West 140 feet along low water;
North 84° West 150 feet along low water;
North 69° 45' West 380 feet along low water;
North 77° 15' West 650 feet along low water to the Initial point
Containing an area of Forty-one (41) Acres

And I do further certify that the Boundaries of said Lele of Makaua, known as Nahiku, situated in the Valley of Punaluu, in Koolauloa, Oahu are as follows, to wit: [page 24]

Beginning at the West angle of this piece on a rise in the low ridge, and running thence down along the makai brink of the gulch, to the Poowai called Halepapa, the Boundary runs by true meridians as follows:

South 41° East 602 feet along gulch and Punaluu;
South 58° East 656 feet along gulch and Punaluu;
North 81° East 270 feet along gulch and Punaluu;
South 32° East 230 feet along gulch and Punaluu;
South 86° East 230 feet along gulch and Punaluu;
South 22° 40' East 80 feet along Punaluu;
North 69° 45' East 200 feet along Punaluu near stream;
South 62° East 128 feet to Poowai called Halepapa;
North 76° 10' East 156 feet along Punaluu and watercourse;
North 42° 40' East 223 feet along Punaluu and watercourse;
North 22° 10' East 120 feet along Punaluu and watercourse;
North 62° 23' East 270 feet along Punaluu and watercourse;
North 42° 15' East 280 feet along Punaluu and watercourse;
North 73° 20' East 156 feet along Punaluu and high kuauna;
North 32° 40' East 270 feet along Punaluu and high kuauna;
North 42° West 170 feet along Makaua Aupuni;
North 1° 30' West 170 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 16° West 154 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 7° 45' West 308 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 11° 40' East 183 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 39° East 650 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 51° East 130 feet along Makaua Aupuni and watercourse;
North 43° West 165 feet along Waiona; [Waiono]
South 48° West 332 feet along Waiona;
North 34° West 66 feet along Waiona;
North 85° 30' West 238 feet along Waiona;
South 47° 45' West 598 feet along Waiona;
South 18° 10' East 418 feet along Makaua Aupuni;
South 55° 30' West 558 feet along Makaua Aupuni;
South 74° 20' East 649 feet along Makaua Aupuni;
West 564 feet along Makaua Aupuni;
South 85° 30' West 724 feet along Makaua Aupuni to the Initial Point
Containing an area of Seventy Two 17/100 (72.17) Acres

Given under my hand, at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, this Nineth [sic] day of February, in the year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety Two
William Foster, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands

[page 25]
Costs
Attendance, One day, 10.00; Certificate 2.00; Stamp on Certificate 1.00; Description in Certificate 8 folios @ 50c. 4.00; Record, 8 folios @ 50c 4.00; Record 8 folios @ 25c 2.00
Paid March 30, 1892 $23.00

Certified Copy Certificate for Interior department filed February 1, 1892, $2.50 paid.

[No. 99, Makaua Ahupuaa Portion, Punaluu Ahupuaa Portion, District of Koolauloa, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, 2 portions, 113.17 acres, 1892]